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‘Potash price rise undermines global food security’ warning

Rising prices for potash across the globe are creating a threat to the level of global food security warns a new joint study by UCL, the University of Edinburgh and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrol…

‘Potash price rise undermines global food security’ warning

Rising prices for potash across the globe are creating a threat to the level of global food security warns a new joint study by UCL, the University of Edinburgh and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrol…

The changing diagnostic testing paradigm

Despite laboratories’ longstanding reliance upon microbial culture for infectious disease identification, the pressures of the pandemic have increased interest in the uses of alternatives, not least …

Looking under the hood of AI

Royal Institution lecturer Professor Mike Wooldridge expands on the scientific and ethical dimensions of artificial intelligence, its potential benefits and, of course, those possible pitfalls.

Podcast: Continuing Professional Development for scientists

Returning to our expert, Jessica Evans, a Member Recruitment Executive at The Royal Society of Chemistry, we revisit the topic of continued professional development, or CPD. In particular, we conside…

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